Another very speedy week, at least for me. So much going on right now that I feel like the days just aren’t long enough. But that’s vastly preferable to the alternative; I hate when things are slow.
So this is more of a fly-by post than anything. I bring you lots of fun, interesting links to entertain you into the weekend. I hope you have a lovely one, filled with books and writing and whatever else makes you smile. Enjoy!
Season of the Dead – Colleen Mondor’s October column for Bookslut features some wonderfully spooky looking fiction for anyone looking for a Halloween read.
Neil Gaiman: Why Our Future Depends on Libraries, Reading, and Daydreaming – This has been making the rounds, but if you haven’t checked it out, it’s definitely worth a read.
The Jealous Curator – An interesting interview with artist and graphic designer Danielle Krysa, talking about creativity.
Rise and Shine: The Daily Routines of History’s Most Creative Minds – Further proof that there is no one right way to approach your art.
13 of the Year’s Creepiest Books – Some more suggestions for seasonal reading.